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VIM has all of these features, but I'm quite sure emacs has them as well. They both exist for Linux/Windows/OSX. Be advised that they both have a high entry level before you learn to use its features. But its well worth the effort. Pick your poison.
Joe Back in the 1990s many of my colleagues preferred Joe to either vi, pico or emacs. It is still considered by some as the most user friendly terminal based text editor. JOE is a full featured terminal-based screen editor which is distributed under the GNU General Public License (GPL). JOE has been around since 1988 and comes standard with many ...
Text alignment can be set in the "Tool Box" for the text tool:
Simple... xxd This tool is the most commonly available I have found for this type of task. You can remove the ascii readable part on the right if needed using using -p and you can revert (change ascii input to binary data) using the -r function. Here are some simple example uses: Converting to hex with ascii view: echo example|xxd Converting to a ...
In case you can't find an editor, but can run sudo and sh (or bash), then use (replacing trusty with precise for 12.04, and us with an appropriate country code): sudo mv /etc/apt/sources.list /etc/apt/sources.list.bak sudo sh -c 'printf "deb http://us.archive.ubuntu.com/ubuntu trusty%s main multiverse restricted universe\n" "" -security -updates > ...
Try using vi: vi vim - Vi IMproved, a programmers text editor
Try hexed, it's made for use in scripts and make files.
I'm really surprised nobody mentioned 'medit'... search/replace has simple check box telling medit that the criteria you entered is a regex expression... can be as simple or complex as you like..
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